Subjectivity, the Unconscious and Consumerism is a unique and imaginative psycho-sociological exploration of how postmodern, contemporary consumerism invades and colonises human subjectivity. The author frames these using a synthesis of Jungian psychology and the social imaginaries of Baudrillard and Bauman, in a dialogue with the theories of McDonaldization and Disneyization. The aim is to broaden our understanding of consumerism to include the perennial consumption of symbols and signs of identity - a process which is the basis for the fabrication of the commodified self. The book offers a profound, innovative critique of our consumption societies, challenging readers to rethink how we live, and how our identities are impacted by consumerism. As such it will be of interest to students and scholars of critical psychology, psychoanalysis, sociology, anthropology and cultural studies, but is also accessible to anyone interested in the complex psychology of contemporary subjectivity.
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Le rapport du mythe et de la philosophie selon Heidegger - Persée
Macpherson claimed to have collected word-of-mouth material in Scottish Gaelic , said to be from ancient sources, and that the work was his translation of that material. Contemporary critics were divided in their view of the work's authenticity, but the current consensus is that Macpherson largely composed the poems himself, drawing in part on traditional Gaelic poetry he had collected. The work was internationally popular, translated into all the literary languages of Europe and was highly influential both in the development of the Romantic movement and the Gaelic revival. Macpherson's fame was crowned by his burial among the literary giants in Westminster Abbey.
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Among the myths of origin of death, that of the perverted message has a very particular distribution in Africa. Its areology and the study of its mythemes with phylogenetic tools show that its most archaic variant, involving only one messenger, is rooted in the Khoisan area. According to this first type, Moon mandates Hare to deliver to humanity a message of life; Hare alters the message, which introduces death among men, who hate Hare since this fateful day; in punishment, Hare is hit and keeps a split lip. This primitive type was later modified by the introduction of a second animal messenger rivaling the first.